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Rare German etched State Halberd  Belonged to the guard of Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau  Dated: 1589 Measurements: the head 58.2 cm. Overall length 230.3 cm Provenance: The Bavarian military occupation of Salzburg in 1809 led to the transfer of a quantity of these halberds to the city Zeughaus in Munich

Rare German etched State Halberd Belonged to the guard of Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau Dated: 1589

An etched halberd of the Palace Guard of Ferdinard of Bavaria, ca. 1584.

An etched halberd of the Palace Guard of Ferdinard of Bavaria, ca.

art-of-swords:  “ Halberd of the Guard of the Electors of Saxony  • Dated: circa 1620  • Geography: Saxony  • Culture: Saxon  • Medium: steel, wood, gold, textile, metallic thread  • Dimensions: L. 8 ft. 8 ½ in. (265.4 cm); L. of head 50 ½ in. (128.3 cm);...

Halberd of the Guard of the Electors of Saxony Dated: circa 1620 Geography: Saxony Culture: Saxon Medium: steel, wood, gold, textile, metallic thread Dimensions: L. 8 ½ in. of head 50 ½ in. 11 ½ in.

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Hermann Historica - international auction house for antiques, old weapons, medals and decorations, historical collection pieces

A RARE ETCHED PARTISAN OF THE GUARD OF THE ELECTOR FRIEDRICH AUGUST I OF SAXONY, 'THE STRONG', CIRCA 1694-97 .

Etched Partisan of the Guard, Saxony,

Halberd of Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau, Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg (reigned 1587–1612)

Halberd of Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau, Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg (reigned

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Various Types of Pole Arms. Terminology for pole arms is imprecise and the exact term to apply to a particular pole arm is often contentious.

A Swept-hilt Rapier, English, c. 1605-15 .  An exceptionally rare example of Jacobean swordsmithing, this beautiful sword was as much a fashion statement as it was a lethal weapon.

A Swept-hilt Rapier, English, c. An exceptionally rare example of Jacobean swordsmithing, this beautiful sword was as much a fashion statement as it was a lethal weapon.

European Sword.  Dated: 1600–1625. Bladesmith: Blade signed by Clemens Horn (German, Solingen, 1580–1630). Geography: London; Solingen. | Copyright © 2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cross-hilt sword, England (London) and Germany (Solingen) Iron…

A beautiful storta:  provenance:	 	North Italy dating:	 	16th Century

hilt adorned blade cutlass rapier sword A beautiful storta: provenance: North Italy dating: Century

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